While you can troubleshoot a number of issues on your own, you may want to contact a trained furnace technician should you be experiencing certain issues with your Bryant unit.
If after your troubleshooting your furnace still isn’t producing any heat, is leaking or dripping, or is making strange noises (gurgling, banging, whistling, etc.), there might be some broken internal components within your unit. In this case, you will want to contact a trained technician to service your Bryant furnace.
Also, if you notice that your furnace is continuously switching itself off and on, you may want to call a technician. This may be a sign that something is not circulating properly within your furnace, possibly tripping up the sensors.
Knowing where to go for help with your furnace is important in winter because you don’t want to go long without heat in the middle of a cold snap. But with so many HVAC companies out there, it can be tough to know who to trust and who to hire. While online reviews can help point you in the right direction, they’re also biased and aren’t always accurate.
For that reason, we created an independent HVAC contractor certification program that can help you find the right repair company when you need it.